Thursday, June 22, 2006

Photo Scavenger Hunt #80

Photo Scavenger Hunt #80...



The entries for Photo Scavenger Hunt #80 will be due on Sunday, June 25, 2006 at 11:00 PM EST.  Wow, Krissy, you have done 80 of these!!  Congratulations, honey!! 

Category:
 
out-of date, old, or antique

Please place your submissions in the comments section by the due date.  No rules and have fun!! xox

http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ThereisaSeason/entries/1752

Yes that is right folks....the microwave has finally bite the dust...I could care less.  This bothers Rick more than me because if he wants a hot meal now he has to leave his friends outside and come in and eat at a decent hour instead of yelling at me that he will warm it up when he gets ready...Usually around 10 at night....You would think eating that late would mean he is overweight....not true.  That is one of the reasons I don't care what time it is when I eat....have that brownie at midnight!!!!

 The other stuff here is just part of the junk that Rick has in the yard.

I am married to a red neck....and it ain't from the sun.

Ok I am mad at him because he just got back from the store and didn't even ask me if I needed anything!  I am invisable sometimes.

Barbara

11 comments:

tpiez4me said...

The only out-of-date/old/antique I have at my house is TOM and you don't want those pictures LOL!!!!!  Now if I go next door to the barn.............(ps, Tara made brownies tonight---I didn't pass them up either!)
Sharon – http://journals.aol.com/tpiez4me/CoastalComfort

fasttrack58 said...

Oh no not the microwave..... :O
Those are neat old things!
I need to get my pictures for this too...
Linda :)

mawmellow said...

I see the toolbox has Cedar Rapids, Iowa on it.  I have some cousins that live there !!

am4039 said...

awww well if I was at the store I would ask what you needed. So sorry about the microwave.


lisa41076 said...

Hi Barbara , hope you are doing well, I hear you about feeling invisable, sometimes I feel like that too !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hugs to you Lisa

trickeytricky said...

What did you need? I'll go pick it up for you. Then again that isn't the point is it, the point is that as a well trained man he should have thought to ask you . . . geeesh . . . sometimes they just never learn. HaHaHa. :-D Take care, you aren't invisible to me.

Amanda :)
http://journals.aol.com/trickeytricky/CountryMyKindaLivin

valphish said...

That masher-thinger intrigues me.  Not sure why.  LOL  Do you use it for anything?  I hope you feel better today, honey.  I'm so sorry Rick left without thinking of you =(... MEN!!  Thanks for playing, honey!! xox
http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ThereisaSeason

luddie343 said...

Here's to midnight brownies!!  Hugs, Cathy

sylviam4000 said...

You've made me laugh with this entry, especially the "masher thingy" - it's a vice. Thanks.
Sylvia
http://journals.aol.co.uk/sylviam4000/YeOldeEnglishPosy/

pharmolo said...

That entry made me laugh - but it does bear out that men (I'm one myself) are hoarders, and nothing gets thrown out - it might come in useful, one day...

http://journals.aol.co.uk/pharmolo/NorthernTrip

mtrib2 said...

I was told that there is a fuse inside the Microwave's that sometimes only needs to be replaced to make them work.    I think the photo of the "vise" (thingy that mashes things) is great.    With the rust and heavy metal formation with inscriptions it makes for an interesting study to photograph.     I saw a study that someone did with identical plant cuttings in flower pots comparing them with Microwaved boiled water and that of regular distilled water.    The plant using Microwaved water did not grow nearly as well as with the distilled water.     It is as if the Microwave does something to the water.     I plan to buy a small toaster oven and use it more for cooking as the food may be healthier from the regular heat cooking.     I will still use the Microwave just not as much.   mark